Chairperson's Panui, 12 January 2018

Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou!

It is with great pride that the Board and team of NZ Māori Tourism congratulate our Chief Executive, Pania Tyson-Nathan, on her recognition in the New Year’s Honours as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Māori and Business.

Pania's Pānui - 7 July 2017

The new edition of Māori Tourism Quarterly is now available, which provides commentary on the latest data on visits to Māori activities and experiences from the International Visitor Surve

Pania's Pānui - 21 April 2017

NZ Māori Tourism attended the opening of the QRC Culinary School in Kerikeri this week.

Pania's Pānui - 13 April 2017

I don't know about you, but it seems like we just had Waitangi commemorations and now Easter is already here. Many of you would have been counting on a big weekend either at work, or away with your whānau/friends, but Tāwhirimātea has decided he'd rather pay us a visit instead!

Pania's Pānui - 7 April 2017

Tāwhirimātea has certainly made himself know throughout Aotearoa this week. With canceled flights, closed roads, and communities being asked to evacuate their homes, please stay safe and if there's anything we can help with, we are just a phone call or email away.

Pania's Pānui - 17 March 2017

The new edition of Māori Tourism Quarterly is now available for you to read.

Pania's Pānui - 10 March 2017

This seems to have been the first week in a while that I haven't been on a plane! There has been lots of meetings and exciting things happening, which we are hoping to share the results of with you soon. This is going to be another busy year for Māori tourism but we're prepared and ready!

Pania's Pānui - 3 March 2017

Congratulations to Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti for their win at Te Matatini 2017.

Pania's Pānui - 24 February 2017

The inaugural Taniwha Dragon Summit was a resounding success with existing relationships strengthened, new partnerships forged, and millions of dollars of business being done.

Pania's Pānui - 20 January 2017

One of the most gratifying parts of our work is seeing the innovation that is taking place within Māori tourism businesses across the country. We enjoy receiving your updates on what you're doing, and seeing your visitors post their satisfaction on social media.

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